The outcomes that the Three Lions could face in the draw for Brazil 2014.
For 32 footballing nations the biggest draw for the next four years is about to take place, with the groups decided for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
The nations that have qualified for the tournament will learn their fate when countries are drawn from four pots, with England in the fourth pot along with eight other European sides.
Whether or not the Three Lions avoid or get certain other teams will probably determine how far they progress in the competitions – although as the old football cliche goes, if you wan to win the World Cup you have to be prepared to beat everybody.
Unfortunately as most sane English fans will admit, everyone is resigned to the fact that the country are unlikely to win the tournament and are harking back to the glory days when Sven Goran Eriksson led the them to successive quarter-finals.
Due to the nation’s relatively low FIFA ranking of 13th there is a very realistic chance of them drawing a difficult group.
Here are the best and worst outcomes for Roy Hodgson’s men: